SAFE revisions bill passes Senate

The State Senate passed a bill making some minor changes to the SAFE Act in particular the ammo registration part.

Senator Daniel Squadron tried making some noise about it, but it is not like he and everybody else didn’t know the bill was coming to the floor for a vote.

Here’s a press statement I wrote for the media about it.

3 thoughts on “SAFE revisions bill passes Senate

  1. Nay Addabbo Aye Amedore Nay Avella Aye Bonacic
    Aye Boyle Nay Breslin Nay Carlucci Nay Comrie
    Aye Croci Aye DeFrancisco Nay Diaz Nay Dilan
    Nay Espaillat Aye Farley Aye Felder Aye Flanagan
    Aye Funke Aye Gallivan Nay Gianaris Aye Golden
    Aye Griffo Nay Hamilton Aye Hannon Nay Hassell-Thompson
    Nay Hoylman Aye Kennedy Nay Klein Nay Krueger
    Aye Lanza Aye Larkin Aye Latimer Aye LaValle
    Exc Libous Aye Little Aye Marcellino Aye Marchione
    Aye Martins Nay Montgomery Aye Murphy Aye Nozzolio
    Aye O’Mara Aye Ortt Aye Panepinto Nay Parker
    Nay Peralta Nay Perkins Aye Ranzenhofer Aye Ritchie
    Nay Rivera Aye Robach Abs Sampson Nay Sanders
    Nay Savino Aye Serino Nay Serrano Aye Seward
    Aye Skelos Nay Squadron Nay Stavisky Nay Stewart-Cousins
    Nay Valesky Aye Venditto Aye Young

  2. Political Theater by Senate GOP’ers. That bill has no chance of passing and will die once this legist year ends.

    What it does show is GOP Senators are scared and attempting to save their jobs by beating their chests passing this bill having minor adjustments to SAFE.

    These Wussies should have voted SAFE down 2013. Now we’re stuck with the POS.

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